Sun May 24 18:53:01 CEST 2009
I'm moving away from icd2 serial port. It never really worked
well. It's not too much of a problem to have both a programmer and a
serial cable attached. The programmer flashes a lot faster too..
So. Preferred way of working for PIC18:
* pk2 attached to flash kernel code (which is a .fm module)
* hardware serial port for interaction, high baudrate.
* .dict holds kernel code, scripts don't get retained
* script buffer junk erased on terminal connect.
This means: no permanent incremental development. Permanent code can
only be flashed as an entire image. It is possible however to
construct some kind of fusing mechanism based on interaction.